Clinical PathologyVeterinary technician specialists in clinical pathology have demonstrated a mastery of related skills by completing extensive continuing education, case logs, case reports, and more.
Clinical PathologyThe CAPC recommends fecal examination for adult dogs and cats at least twice per year.
Clinical PathologyBy researching and staying current with test requirements, veterinary nurses are instrumental in communicating preliminary preparation with clients and discussing with the veterinary team ways to reduce erroneous test results.
A guide on when to perform ear cytology, how to collect ear cytology samples, and some of the common findings veterinary nurses encounter in dogs and cats.
Hidden in the genetic code of many herding-breed dogs is a mutation that increases their susceptibility to drug toxicosis.
Adding digital microscopy to a veterinary practice can greatly enhance recordkeeping and serve as a valuable tool for client education.
The Non-pathologic, Non-collection, and Non-sample Preanalytical Small “Stuff” That Influences Reliable Laboratory Results
Laboratory tests are invaluable medical tools…if the results are reliable.
Complete blood counts (CBCs) and serum chemistry testing results can be influenced by several factors.